Wall Street recovered Friday afternoon, as investors shook off concerns about President Donald Trump’s announcement that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, and focused on hopes that the next round of coronavirus aid would pass.“This kind of changes the dynamic,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told MSNBC on Friday about the president’s diagnosis. “Here, they see the reality of what we have been saying all along.”“We’ll find our middle ground. We’re legislators. We’ll get the job done,” Pelosi said.Pelosi and other Democrats have been at loggerheads with Republicans over the extent to which the coronavirus threatens the economy, with Senate Republicans continuing to push for an expanded reopening and downplaying public safety measures.Markets also received a boost Friday after Pelosi said relief for the airline industry is “imminent,” pushing up shares for all major carriers. Earlier in the day, shares of Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines were down by around 3 percent as fears grew that the travel sector would take a sustained hit if economic recovery failed to materialize with any swiftness.At the opening bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by almost 400 points, the S&P 500 dropped nearly 1.5 percent, and the


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